Okay, so get nerdy with us for a moment:
Tri-Bon-Cera-Tops is a genus of chocolate ceratopsid dinosaur that first appeared during the early 21st century in what is now known to be, Detroit, Michigan.
It is one of the only known edible dinosaur genera. The name "Tri-Bon-Cera-Tops," which means "three Bon horn face," is sort-of derived from Ancient Greek in the brains of chocolatiers. Bearing a large chocolate horn and four legged body, it possesses similarities to the (similarly uncommon) chocolate rhinoceros.
This is a "fully-filled" ceratopsid also known as a "solid chocolate" creature and has been observed in Dark, Milk and White Chocolate. Although the Tri-Bon-Cera-Tops can quickly procreate, it remains threatened due to its delicious nature.
Roar with delight as you embark on a prehistoric chocolate adventure with these dino-shaped solid chocolate gifts. (Great for kids of all ages!)
Crafted with care and packaged in our Hamtramck, Michigan chocolate factory, these bring a touch of joy and playfulness to your chocolate experience, paying homage to the mighty creatures that once roamed the Earth.
Unleash your inner paleontologist when you embrace the sweetness of the past with our Chocolate Tri-Bon-Cera-Tops.